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EMU School of Computing and Technology’s Success in Cartography

EMU School of Computing and Technology’s Success in Cartography
Published Date: Friday, 2 August 2019

Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU) School of Computing and Technology (SCT) is to collaborate with Netcad; the most commonly used firm in the fields of geographical information systems, spatial zoning cadastre, parceling, planning and in general cartography in both Turkey and the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) and also, the biggest firm with a wide market share.

Always working in a direct connection with such sectors and also, keeping up with the latest technologies available, EMU School of Computing and Technology provides an opportunity for it students to own the up-to-date and necessary skills needed in the sector. EMU School of Computing and Technology’s main goal is to provide quality-oriented training by balancing the theoretical and practical teaching aspects. EMU SCT continues to work on increasing the

By stating that Netcad installing its programs into two laboratories free of charge during its visit to the school, EMU School of Computing and Technology vice Director Assist. Prof. Dr. Nazife Dimililer also mentioned that EMU SCT seeks to educate its students with respect to present day’s conditions. Indicating the possibility of Netcad software being used in vocational courses, Assist. Prof. Dr. Dimililer expressed that using Netcad software in classes enables students to be familiar with the program which is used in both public and private sector in TRNC and Turkey.

Assist. Prof. Dr. Dimililer and, Mapping and Cadastral Survey Department Head Assist. Prof. Dr. Ece Çelik thanked to Netcad for providing their software to be used for educational purposes and also to EMU SCT for always working devotedly without compromising. Moreover, they expressed their wish to continue the collaborations further in the future.

All department operating under EMU SCT are accredited with ASIIN and FIBAA. Even though Mapping and Cadastral Survey Department is a newly launched department, it also holds an ASIIN accreditation and ensured its graduates’ diplomas being recognized within the boundaries of Europe. Therefore, it provides an opportunity for its graduates to work and also study abroad.